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My problum is red colour not appear in printing this is convert to yellow how solve

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First of all check your ink cartridges after selecting the maintenance program .If bad replace and make a test print.
had a head cleaning done within the program. If there is no improvement remove printer, reinstall and check once again.
If not the printer head can be faulty .

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